Vaccinations for patients who are immunosuppressed. A small cohort of patients will be eligible for a total of 4 vaccination doses (3x primary vaccinations, plus 1x booster vaccination) of the … [continue] Vaccinations for patients who are immunosuppressed.
We know it can be difficult to know what to do and how we get the best help and treatment when you or a loved one are feeling unwell or … [continue] Think 111 First
The practice is working in partnership with Public Health England and the University of Oxford to deliver a new research study to patients over the age of 50 with symptoms … [continue] Research for potential treatments – Covid-19
A book has been published for children explaining the coronavirus. Click on the image below to download a free copy of the book.
This is VERY IMPORTANT – please read this carefully and make sure you understand each point. The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to … [continue] Latest Coronavirus Advice
Dear Patients, I just wanted to let you know that from Monday 23rd March, we have had to take the decision to close Bishopsteignton Surgery to patients on a temporary … [continue] Bishopsteignton Surgery Closure
If you want to get more active then Walking for Health and there to help! Walking is a great way to get fit, explore what’s on your doorstep and make … [continue] Want to get more active?
If you’re a patient at our Practice you can now use the new NHS App, a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone … [continue] NHS App
Fun, social, FREE exercise sessions in Torbay & South Devon. Why should I attend? Improve strength and balance Improve confidence Improve mobility & flexibility Improve quality of life Meet new … [continue] Strength & Balance Exercise Classes
Three people die every day in need of an organ transplant. To enable more people to pass on more organs to save more lives, the law around organ donation is … [continue] Organ Donation Law
Social Prescribing is a means of enabling GP’s and other healthcare staff at the Surgery to refer patients to a link worker. Our Social Prescriber will conduct face to face … [continue] Social Prescriber
Could you be a life saver? British Red Cross, St John Ambulance, Atrial Fibrillation Association and British Heart Foundation offer support with first aid and resuscitation (CPR) training, helping you … [continue] First aid and Resuscitation (CPR) training
Help us shape the future for health and care in Devon by clicking here and taking the Survey. Better for you, better for Devon – Launch of Devon’s Long Term Plan … [continue] Better for you, better for Devon – Launch of Devon’s Long Term Plan engagement
Please read for more information regarding our Improved Access service for evening and weekend appointments. We are now offering additional evening appointments for our patients. These are different to the … [continue] Monday – Thursday Improved Access Service
Are your digital skills in shape? An award-winning FREE service has been rolled out across Devon designed to show people how to access local health, social care and wellbeing services … [continue] Digital Health Devon
While hot summers can bring a much needed change from the cold and miserable winter months, older people are at higher risk of developing heat-related illnesses. Fortunately, by taking a … [continue] How to protect yourself in hot weather
Changing Minds, Changing Services, Changing Lives for people living with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. Torbay NRAS Group Venue: Barton Baptist Church, Happaway Road, Barton, Torquay, TQ2 8HJ Lots … [continue] National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society
Here you’ll find lots of information about the practice and the services we offer to our patients. Please take a few minutes to look around. We’re always open to comments … [continue] Introducing our new practice website!
Our patient group have built up a very good relationship with the Surgery Staff and we would like more patients to join the group. We meet at the Surgery every … [continue] Join our Patient Participation Group